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    Looks good, although the top menu block/tabs I'd prefer if they weren't too tall and take up too much premium vertical desktop space

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    Quote Originally Posted by RLStallard1 View Post
    I never received the PHP Master book, which was the one I was mostly wanted that enticed me to go through all the form-filling. I did receive the other three books though, so thanks for those b8t it would be great to receive the PHP Master book too as offered in the promo email and article.
    PM me your email address and I'll send it through to you.

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    A minor niggly thing - the advertisements on the main page are just a little bigger than the article containers. Basically by the border on the images, but enough to drive me nuts.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMaxwell View Post
    A minor niggly thing - the advertisements on the main page are just a little bigger than the article containers. Basically by the border on the images, but enough to drive me nuts.....
    I hadn't noticed, but now that you mention it, I see what you mean.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWK View Post
    I hadn't noticed, but now that you mention it, I see what you mean.
    Not a big issue imo. Perhaps a thicker border radius may make them less noticeable but honestly I'd leave it.

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    Minor rant follows:

    Having received the offer of the free books by email last week, I opened the various articles and managed to find all the books and get them downloaded. I went to the comments at the bottom of the page and attempted to put in a 'thank you' message, along with a light-hearted whinge about how much longer it takes to load the new site on my mobile broadband connection. When I type in my comment and press 'post', it says "Enter your details to post", opens up two text boxes, and a "Go" button. But it doesn't say anywhere what details it wants in the text boxes, so I can't get past this stage. The second box isn't a password field, so it's not as if it wants me to sign in with my forum username. If there are two text boxes, why haven't they got prompts so I know what to enter? They are validated somehow - if I just enter my screen name and leave the second blank, it won't post. If I enter my full name and a web address, it won't post and outlines my full name in red. If I attempt to sign in using Facebook it tells me that Sitepoint wants to access my contacts list, which I'm not going to allow. So the page needs to say what is expected in these two boxes.

    All I want to do is say 'thanks for the free books'.
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    What browser are you using? In all my browsers, there is placeholder text that asks for your email in the first input and your name in the second.

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    IE8 - I have an XP machine and an active dislike for Chrome and/or Firefox due to having to 're-learn' where everything is. I thought I'd mentioned that, but it must have been in the post I was trying to put on the article.
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    Quote Originally Posted by droopsnoot View Post
    Minor rant follows:...
    All I want to do is say 'thanks for the free books'.
    Ugh, how frustrating. I'll pass that feedback on. And as for the books - you're welcome.

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    Hey there.

    Sorry for the confusion. I had tested the placeholder polyfill on IE8, but it may have broken at some point, we'll look into it to make sure IE8 users aren't left confused. As Ralph mentioned, the first input is for your email, and the second for your name.

    Cheers

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    When I view the forum on Chrome and look at the new posts the message indicating where the ones I haven't seen before finishes is always at the top instead of under the ones I didn't see last time.
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    Nice work! I haven't run across any kinks myself. But, if any constructive criticism come to mind I will post back here. Great new look!
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    I don't know what's the problem, but it didn't work out in mobile view.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeVision View Post
    What happened to the RSS feeds?
    http://www.sitepoint.com/feed/ or http://www.sitepoint.com/design/feed/ (for example) will work

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    Perfect. Thank you!


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